Sarah North

  • OR License #: 17646

"Give me a place to stand and I will move the Earth." --- Archimedes

After nearly six years of working as a licensed massage therapist (LMT), one of the many questions I am asked is “what type of massage do you do?” 

Well, like many LMTs, I use a variety of techniques, but as my clients will tell you, my treatments are much more than what most people expect from a massage. I am proficient in several therapeutic modalities, particularly, orthopedic/neuromuscular massage and myofascial release. With these skills, I have developed a reputation for my competency an...

After nearly six years of working as a licensed massage therapist (LMT), one of the many questions I am asked is “what type of massage do you do?” 

Well, like many LMTs, I use a variety of techniques, but as my clients will tell you, my treatments are much more than what most people expect from a massage. I am proficient in several therapeutic modalities, particularly, orthopedic/neuromuscular massage and myofascial release. With these skills, I have developed a reputation for my competency and success in treating soft tissue injuries and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) that are often accompanied by chronic pain—whether they're from a car accident or Crossfit. 

As a former chronic pain sufferer myself, I can relate to the anguish and frustration that stems from having to deal with chronic pain, as well as the constant concern of what will happen, if it never goes away. Massage has helped me heal and given me the means to help many others heal. Although, massage has its limitations, compared to surgery and painkillers, it has far fewer negative side effects.

I think, if we all received massage more often, the world would be a better place. Stress, aches, pains… the “daily grind” can really take its toll on your body. Yet, more likely than not, we put our health to the side, and procrastinate attaining better wellness. What we forget to consider is that without our bodies we cannot fulfill our obligations. The cumulative effects of neglect will eventually catch up—and our bodies do not have replacement parts (well, not truly). It’s important to care for your body, so that it can perform at its best. In turn, it will allow you to perform at your best. 

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Where I Work
Available Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Sarah North Massage Therapy

Licenses
Massage

OR # 17646

Education
2010

Rogue Community College Massage Program

Massage Therapy

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Mobile Sports Massage
  • Mobile Deep Tissue
  • Mobile Swedish Massage

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Sarah North Massage Therapy